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Living Longer: To 100 and Beyond

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The Myth of Generation Me

Is the Millennial generation “lazy, entitled, selfish and shallow?” That’s what Joel Stein wrote last year in a cover story for Time Magazine. While each generation has its own characteristics, as many pointed out, Stein’s argument sounded like something old people have been saying about younger generations forever.  As longevity extends, managing conflict between generations will be important and perhaps not as difficult as it might appear. 

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The Nuclear Family Is Getting a Makeover

The structure of American families is changing, and longevity is playing a key role in that makeover.  Thanks to amazing advances in regenerative medicine and other technologies, both women and men will be healthier for longer periods of time.  This will change many things about society, including the 'typical' family structure.

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Planning for the Future: On the Behavioral Economics of Living Longer

We know from behavioral research, however, that given a choice between a healthy snack and a sweet treat, people will eat the treat now and plan to have the healthy snack next week.  Learn more about the role that behavioral biases play in the difficulty people have in planning for their retirement years.

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